Saturday, December 29, 2007

08 Presidential Candidates Views on Technology

Yeap, the first place on the web that decided to put all the links it could find on how our 2008 Presidential Candidates feel about technology. I searched the internet back and forth playing with keywords and I think these websites do the best job of covering the '08 Presidential Candidates on technology issues.

But don't take my word for it, check it out for your self.

TechCrunch: Amazing resource if you really want answers. To me, these guys are the official stop to figuring out were candidates stand on tech issues. Plus they've added a hands on extra. Go to their website and vote and geeks everywhere can see what candidate is the most "tech freindly" from each party.

Geek the Vote '08: Popular Mechanics Science and Technology Guide to the Election. Lots of useful articles and cool linkable chart that really narrows down the competion.

Rock the IT Vote: IT Consultings article on the presidential candidates stance on some hot topics like wiretapping and internet sales tax.

Fort Hard Knocks: What's your candidates fave technology? Rudy Giulianni actually said a cd player... ??? I guess that's why he's the president considered least concerned about technology. Come on Rudy, where's your iPod?

These issues are close to my heart, I spent five years working for a non-profit developing solutions for at-risk and low-income youth and families and trying to figure out how to not leave them behind when it comes to technology.

Democratic Presidential Candidates Discuss Digital Divide: Andy Carvin interviews presidential candidates on hot topics focusing on the digital divide.

Binary America: Split in Two by A Digital Divide: Washington Post article on some serious issues facing America today and what our candidates are doing about them. Includes video and some cool widgets. Like This? Love This? Let me know!